byDevon D. Brewer, John J. Potterat, Stephen Q. Muth, and John M. Roberts, Jr.
Brewer, D. D., Potterat, J. J., Muth, S. Q., & Roberts, J. M., Jr. (2006). A large specific deterrent effect of arrest for patronizing a prostitute. PLoS One, 1 (1): e60. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000060. Topics: prostitution, law enforcement
Democratic candidates for Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler and Tom Perez discuss whether the scope of the office is to "put criminals away" or, more broadly, to engage in law enforcement. Topics: crime, law enforcement
byMassachusetts. Attorney General's Office; Massachusetts. Attorney General's Office. Fair Labor and Business Practices Division
Cover title; additional title on prelim. page: Advisory from the Attorney General's Fair Labor and Business Practices Division on the amendments to the wage enforcement laws Topics: Wages, Law enforcement
"A directory of national, state and provincial, county and municipal police and other criminal justice agencies and their executive personnel in the United States, Canada and principal foreign countries." Topics: Police, Law enforcement
Police and law enforcement agencies utilize equipment such as lethal and non-lethal weapons, body worn cameras, armored vehicles, and communication systems. These help the agencies protect people, maintain peace, and conduct humanitarian missions in third world countries. Topic: Police and law enforcement
Two Democratic candidates for Maryland Attorney General, Doug Gansler and Tom Perez, discuss the implications of viewing the role of AG office as "law enforcement in contrast to "fighting crime". Topics: crime, law enforcement